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Prediction for the NHL Anaheim Ducks vs Colorado Avalanche match which will take place on March 28th. Who will turn out to be stronger? Check the team conditions! Several betting options are available.Claim Your Welcome Bonus!
Anaheim is awful in the regular season and, sometimes, even horrible. A rare moment of activity for the Ducks was at the junction of February and March when they won four out of five matches. They spent too much energy and emotions, and a fall happened. Dallas Eakins' wards have suffered eight defeats in the last nine games, having dealt only with Calgary and Columbus – 3:1 and 7:4. The day before, the Californians lost 3-6 to St. Louis without a chance. However, it stopped them in 14th place in the Western Conference standings, ahead of Chicago and San Jose.
Colorado continues to improve the tournament position, hinting to all competitors that they plan to re-enter the battle for the Stanley Cup. The Avalanches had problems in the first half of the regular season, but now it doesn't look like the truth. Now everything is fine in the Denver Kingdom, they are winning game after game, and in total, in the last nine matches, the wards of Jared Bednar have won eight times with one defeat from Pittsburgh – 2:5. In the two previous games, the Avalanche beat Arizona – 3:1 and 4:3, having the fourth place in the Western Conference standings.
Expert Betting Tips
Anaheim and Colorado are opponents of an incomparable level in the regular season. The Californians have failed another season. They will not make it to the playoffs, but they are in awful shape, not scoring points in four consecutive home games. On the other hand, the Avalanches have a lot of strength, and in the previous five guest games, they certainly won.
The fight between Anaheim and Colorado has a fantastic feature. In Denver, competitors constantly show encouraging and effective games. But in California, spectators continuously are bored because the Ducks and the Avalanche score no more than six pucks per game already in 19 meetings in a row. An incredible statistic, which is silly to be against.